Barista is very, very similar to bistro_car (infact, credit where credit is due - it shares similar code / is almost a fork).
and place it in
app/coffeescripts and Barista will automatically serve it as if it was placed in
app/coffeescripts/demo.coffee will work for
for me), it provides
Barista.compile_all! which takes all coffee files and compiles them into
If you're using Jammit, this means you can simple run a rake task (
rake barista:brew before running jammit) and
your coffeescripts will be automatically provided, ready for bundling.
To add to your project, simply add:
gem 'barista', '>= 0.1.2'
To your Gemfile and run bundle install.
As you place .coffee files in app/scripts, it will automatically handle them for you.
Please note that for Jammit compatibility etc, by default in test and dev mode it will automatically compile all coffeescripts that have changed before rendering the page.
Barista require rails 3+ (but patches for Rails 2 will be accepted.)
Please note that barista lets you configure several options. To do this, it's as simple as setting up an initializer with:
rails generate barista_install
Currently available options are:
- root - the folder path to read coffeescripts from, defaults to app/coffeescripts
- no_wrap - stop coffee from automatically wrapping JS in a closure.